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Reading and writing

By Andy Osborne, AcumenOriginally posted on Oz’s Business Continuity Blog I like writing. I like reading too, although with everything else vying for my attention, I don’t get nearly enough time to read for pleasure. On the writing front, I blog when I...
Ski boots and celery

Ski boots and celery

By Andy Osborne, Acumen.  Originally posted on Oz’s Business Continuity Blog. I love skiing. It’s right up there on my list of top ten favourite things (I’ll keep the other nine and their relative positions to myself for now, on the...

Delving into the depths

By Andy Osborne, Acumen.    Originally posted on Oz’s Business Continuity Blog Following the recent departure of number one son to Manchester (see “University challenge”), on Sunday afternoon I decided to address a small issue...

University Challenge

By Andy Osborne, Consultancy Director at Acumen We recently reached a significant milestone in the Oz family history, when we transported number one son (number one as in the sequence in which they arrived, as opposed to any order of preference, I hasten to add) with...

A pair of debriefs

By Andy Osborne, Consultancy Director at Acumen It’s fairly standard practice to hold some form of debrief at the end of an exercise or test, which is a very sensible thing to do. It helps to ensure that any issues and actions arising are captured and it’s...